When your truck is your office, staying connected is essential whether you’re on the road or at a job site. Wi-Fi connectivity provides a network in and around the truck to allow you to access the internet anywhere with proximity to a cell tower.
Wi-Fi hotspots come in two basic options. While the latest offerings may include built-in cellular internet connections, earlier models might not, relying instead on broadband USB dongles for connectivity. Our list of new trucks with manufacturer supported wifi hotspots include a wide range of pickups. Wifi can be added to any truck built after 1996 with an AT&T Mobley, Verizon Zubie, or Delphi Connect device, all of which plug into the Onboard Diagnostics (OBD-II) port.